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. they can quickly spoil. holly firfer shows us how to prevent food poisoning. >> reporter: part of the fun of the holidays is eating the big family meal and enjoying the delicious left overs. following some simple rules can keep our food safe for starters. >> make sure that we don't leave it sitting out longer than two hours and we want to make sure we chill it appropriately as well.. >> reporter: whether that's the turkey or a casserole, get it into the refrigerator quickly to keep bad bacteria from multiplying. >> reporter: put your food in airtight containers. because air fuels the bacteria-- so you want to keep that air out. >> reporter: the temperature of your refrigerator should be set below 40 degrees to ensure that the food will stay safe. you may want to get a thermometer if your frig fazan does not have one. and when it's time to reheat the leftovers - bring the temperature back up to the level needed when cooked the first time. >> we want to make sure the poultry is at least at 165. >> reporter: the academy of nutrition and dietetics says we should eat the leftovers within 3 - 4
be cancelled especially if it is a plane or bus. >> holly firfer reporting from a noisy airport. thank you very much. >>> as we have been showing you whether by air or road, there's nothing easy or simple to get around tonight. they have been hammered in parts of the midwest and now the northeast is bearing the brunt. we have a report from syracuse where there is snow on the ground and plenty more to come. what are the conditions looking like right now. >> it started to snow here and heavier snow is expected to last four to five hours. syracuse is expecting about a foot of snow. what you see behind me is accumulation of snow from previous snowstorms. this the last four days they have already gotten 13 inches of snow here. >> a big concern is visibility. certainly overnight as the storm gets heavier. what can you tell us about that? >> right. visibility and also ice. that's one of the problems, snow falling on top of snow and potential ice in some areas. when we got out of our car we almost slipped in one area. that's why the city has plows throughout the area that's been sprinkling salt, in ant
infection, help your memory, and regulate your sugar levels. wishing you a happy new year, i'm holly firfer. >> so jealous of that dude right there. >> up with you all the way until the sleep thing. the dog thing if you have a pet the minute a dog enters a little area and everyone just feels good. >> that's true. >>> cats are good too. >> still ahead a presidential declaration strands holiday travelers all across the country. >> and the pope holds midnight mass and has a message for the world. make room. ,,,, share everything. share brotherly love. share one up's. mom ? mom ? the share everything plan. lets your family share a pool of data across 10 devices with unlimited talk and text. now get a lucid by lg, free. >>> outside right now the clouds flowing across the skies rain drops too in the north bay. more rain to come we'll talk about that coming up. >>> and we have a couple of accidents out there right now including one on the nimitz blocking all lanes of northbound 880 at fruitvale. traffic is being industry territory diverted at high street. another crash on 085 in oakland. more time
on the severe weather. cnn's holly firfer is at the busiest airport in atlanta. >> reporter: it's a tough day to travel. as that storm heads through the northeast, it's making it hard to travel by road and in the air. >> reporter: snow, ice, and high winds. >> we want to get out. >> it's always scary when you're flying, that you're going to be stuck in the airport. >> reporter: a massive storm that left many in the midwest and parts of the south with a white christmas is pounding the northeast with blizzard-like conditions, forcing hundreds of flights to be delayed or canceled. the highways were not much better, as officials warned people to stay off the roads, especially in the midwest, where icy conditions made driving treacherous. on christmas day, as many 30 tornadoes bounced across texas, louisiana, mississippi, and alabama. the hardest hit, mobile, alabama, where a twister ripped through the city, downing trees, power lines, and damaging more than a hundred homes is and businesses, as well as a church and a high school. some were caught on the road when the tornado it. >> at that point,
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